Friday, October 11

Repertory Series ArchivePython-athon: 50 Years of Nonsense

Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life

Double Feature with AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT (7:15)

1983 • dir Terry Jones, Terry Gilliam w/Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin, Carol Cleveland • 107 min • 35mm

Their biggest budget film as the original team, THE MEANING OF LIFE features the Pythons riffing on the stages of life – from conception (“Every Sperm is Sacred”) to death (“It was the salmon mousse!”) – and contains one of their most infamous sketches: Mr. Creosote’s death by ‘wafer-thin mint’.

“Unbelievably crass. And extremely funny.”
– Robert Osborne, The Hollywood Reporter

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